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Valloeby loebet 2012
Denmark

Valløby Motion arrangerer i september et stort og velbesøgt motionsløb for børn (2 km) og voksne (5,5 og 10,1 km) med præmier i alle alderskategorier, piger og drenge, kvinder og mænd

Sæsonen slutter altid med en hyggelig eftermiddag, hvor den aktive backing group disker op med ”lidt til maven og ganen” – efter det omtalte Bjergløb har fundet sted.
Hvis du er blevet nysgerrig og gerne vil vide mere, er du velkommen til at ringe til os. Men hvorfor ikke bare møde op og se, hvad det hele går ud på. Det koster ikke noget. Den eneste fare du løber, er, at du bliver hængende – og får et nyt liv!
Vi glæder os til at se dig en lørdag i præstegården i Valløby kl. 14.00.

http://www.valloebymotion.dk/Hvordan-det-hele-startede

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